[For the GRUB folks, this is about coreboot commit d67c6876 (Turn CBMEM
console into a ring buffer that can persist across reboots) .
Julius’ message can be find in the coreboot list archive .]
Am Montag, den 10.04.2017, 15:50 -0700 schrieb Julius Werner:
The change may also cause some hiccups if you're
using a newer version of
coreboot with an older version of cbmem (or SeaBIOS or whatever else reads
the console): it will not crash and it will still print the whole log, but
if the log has rolled over (into "ring buffer mode") it will print lines
out of order. This is unfortunately the best I can do with the way current
readers are implemented. I'm of course also updating the code for cbmem so
as soon as you deploy the new version it will be able to display buffers
from both old and new coreboot versions correctly. (I'll send patches to
align SeaBIOS and the Linux memconsole driver in the same manner as soon as
the coreboot patch is approved.)
Could you please also check, if GRUB’s CBMEM console driver, and the
the command cbmemc to display it need any updates?
PS: Where can I get your S/MIME certificate, used to sign your email?